IP Station and Radio Alerting

Our lightning fast IP Network-based Fire-EMS station alerting sends multiple dispatches to multiple units at multiple stations in milliseconds. Radio-based alerting options include, Push-to-Talk (PTT) or PrimeAlert® Radio LCDI (Locution Console Data Interface). PrimeAlert® IP is most commonly used as the primary path of alerting. Use both PrimeAlert® IP and radio alerting for redundancy to ensure NFPA 1221 compliance.

PrimeAlert® IP

Dispatch and alerting information travels along a high-speed Internet Protocol (IP) network to the station where a variety of alerting functions take place. PrimeAlert® IP Station often serves as the primary alerting path for dispatch and alerting information to the station.

PrimeAlert® Radio

PrimeAlert® Radio is available in two options depending on your department’s existing radio system: Push-to-Talk (PTT) and PrimeAlert® Radio LCDI. Radio-based alerting is used as either the primary alerting path, or the redundant alerting path (when IP-based alerting is the primary alerting path). PTT requires one additional control panel. LCDI requires a small footprint PC and additional software as companion equipment to your department’s existing radio console. PrimeAlert® Radio LCDI interfaces with Motorola Gold Elite, MCC7500, and Harris radio systems. PrimeAlert® Radio PTT can interface with any radio system that allows control via either dry contact or tone remote control.

PrimeAlert® Radio